Women's Suffrage, Uncovering the Past
- Softcover48 pages, full colour
Women's Suffrage examines the evidence of the fight for women's equality, from the mid-1800s in North America to the global struggles that continue today.
Past struggles of the equal rights movement are uncovered with primary source documents and photos that bring key figures such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Margaret Gordon, and Nellie McClung to life.
Different perspectives are featured including Anti-Suffrage forces to help readers develop critical thinking skills.
Best suited for Grades 5-8
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